Performance Car Brakes and Rotors

Performance Car Brakes and Rotors

The car’s brake system is one of the most essential components of your car. While the engine and transmission work together to help your car or truck go, the brakes and rotors work together to help your car stop — so long as they are in good working condition. If you have the right tools on hand, you can do all the maintenance yourself.

Depending on what make/model of vehicle you have, foot brake maintenance frequency can differ greatly. However, in all instances there are telltale indicators your brakes need to be viewed when you notice any of the following happening: 

Brakes screeching

Pulling of car from one side or the other

Wheel holds

Soft or spongy brake throtle

Brake pedal growing

Tires that won’t release after pushing pedal

Sudden hard brake pedal

Grinding sound while braking

Leaking brake pedal fluid observed

One or more of such problems happening is a sign that your brake system needs help.

You can use standard auto parts for enough braking or else you can elect to get parts that are favored by competition car teams. Yes, something besides a parachute must stop these land rockets and you will install the same high performance brakes on your vehicle as the NASCAR teams use. Brembo Tires, EBC Brakes, Hawk Brake systems, Power Slot Rotors, and Powerstop Brakes are some of the brands favorite by race car fans. They are proven, high performance brake systems that will help your car stop quickly and on traget whenever.

Should you make a decision to do the job yourself, you will need to have the subsequent tools on hand to get the work:

Brake pedal tools: spring pliers, hold down remover

Hand tools

Drop tray



Restoration manual

If your car already has a performance exhaust installed and under-the-hood performance upgrades in place, doesn’t it make sense to protect your investment by installing a high quality performance level brake pedal system? Of course it can! Outfit your car today with genuine high performance parts.

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